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10.       ladywriter
10 posts
 02 Feb 2006 Thu 01:50 am

Quoting erdinc:

ladywriter,
thank you for suggesting a website. The link you gave is already in our list in number two:

http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_6_1448

Of course I have checked them all because I had to. I have also checked many other sources in Turkish before I gave the last form to my tables you see above. Even the sources in Turkish have many mistakes let alone websites created by foreigners. There is no standart chart on this field. The version you see above is not available anywhere else.

I hope it will make it easier than verbix for the learners to learn the tenses.

Erdin├â┬ž



Thank you Erdin├â┬ž, I hadn't seen that list of links. I had just checked the list of sites posted in "links" from the home page. I am new, and interested in understanding the process of learning Turkish. I am finding it a daunting task to learn all the verbs, and their conjugations. It's good to learn by taking smaller bites of information at a time....heheh. Memorizing the verbs(and vocabulary) is much easier if I can see them in a sentence. That's why I really appreciated your "Alyşe" story. Thanks again.

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11.       erdinc
2151 posts
 02 Feb 2006 Thu 02:10 am

Hi ladywriter,
I agree with you on going step by step. With the topic below my intention was to cover all tenses one by one. But it stopped after this one. So we only have number one. I'm not sure if there is interest to continue the series with other tenses.

There are many possibilities with the infinitive (the dictionary form of a verb in Turkish). I have given some examples and exercises there.

I. Mastar Hali - The Infinitive
http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_27_1640

12.       bod
5999 posts
 02 Feb 2006 Thu 01:55 pm

Quoting erdinc:

With the topic below my intention was to cover all tenses one by one. But it stopped after this one. So we only have number one. I'm not sure if there is interest to continue the series with other tenses.

There are many possibilities with the infinitive (the dictionary form of a verb in Turkish). I have given some examples and exercises there.

I. Mastar Hali - The Infinitive
http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_27_1640



There is certainly interest from over here!!!!!

And looking at the number of posts and participants in the Mastar Hali thread - I strongly suspect that there is interest from other people as well!

13.       ceviz
51 posts
 07 Feb 2006 Tue 09:36 am

These charts are extremelly useful and needed of course. I printed them all out. It will be my Bible.
I just would like to point out some minor spelling mistakes:

At the chart of the Narratives of Simple Tenses
2nd person singular should be GELMIşTIN (not gelmiştim)

At the chart of the reported Tenses
GELIYORMUşSUNUZ can not be 3rd person plural

But I am sure everybody got them right. Felaket gibi değil

14.       sofia-gr
154 posts
 07 Feb 2006 Tue 09:58 am

erdinc
dilbilgisi i├â┬žin ├â┬žok teşekk├â┬╝r ederim.
bana ├â┬žok yardım etti

15.       erdinc
2151 posts
 07 Feb 2006 Tue 12:39 pm

ceviz,
thank you. Both mistakes are now corrected.

16.       CANLI
5084 posts
 12 Sep 2008 Fri 02:03 am

  Thanks Erdinç,thats really great

Adding the translation will make it as brief note for us ´learners´ of the meaning and differences between tenses

 

İm not with removing the conjugation tho,putting it is telling what the tense all about,but i would suggest that at the last colum,you write the two words after one another instead of beside each other

This way i mean,

 

gelmeliymiş /

 gelmelilermiş

Not this

gelmeliyse /gelmeliyseler

İt will make it smaller and will fit in the page i guess.

 

Ps: can we have it sticky at the language forum ?

17.       erdinc
2151 posts
 12 Sep 2008 Fri 02:12 am

There are too many sticky thread in language forum. I think we should remove a few but don´t want to remove other people´s threads. I think the best things would be if somebody would create a list of most useful threads.

 

I have added this topic to the sticky thread of mine called useful links.  

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18.       CANLI
5084 posts
 12 Sep 2008 Fri 02:13 am

Good idea,i think we can use it too.

19.       jawad
10 posts
 02 Aug 2009 Sun 08:39 am

thanks alote from the author it is very helpful lessons .

 

jawad ,Afghanistan

20.       Haydi
36 posts
 26 Apr 2012 Thu 05:27 am

Thank you very much !

 

Don´t forget about www.merhabaturkish.com too

 

: ) ) )

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